I have downloaded Google Chrome in Fedora 14 to do something, but now I wanted to delete all the Google Chrome files from my system. I can't put them into the trash bin, and some files, it won't let me delete. So I'm stuck.
you do not just" delete" files as a normal user to uninstall software ( there are a few exceptions)
As with every Linux distro
programs that are installed to /usr/??? need ROOT permission to remove
you need to be root to remove them , but "r-click" and "move to trash" IS NOT HOW YOU REMOVE INSTALLED PROGRAMS .
so HOW did you install chrome on the now END OF LIFE fedora 14????
you NEED to undo what YOU did to install it
Also fedora 14 is VERY dead
please stay current and install fedora 17
or in a few weeks fedora 18
how the heck did you install a debain package on FEDORA !!!!!
and WHY did you NOT use the rpm package ???